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202.479 Diagnostic Medical Microbiology (60 credits)

The principles of, and clinical training in, the laboratory diagnosis of bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections of humans. It will include specimen collection and processing, microscopy, culture, biochemical tests, and nucleic-acid and antibody-based techniques for pathogen isolation and/or identification as well as antimicrobial susceptibility testing, sterilisation and disinfection.

Note(s): This course is open only to fourth year BMLSc students, registered Medical Laboratory Scientists or registered Medical Laboratory Technicians

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